Transform the supply chain into an integrated, transparent ecosystem
Technology creates an advantage in the race to Supply Chain 4.0
Supply chain complexity is increasing. To address new challenges, supply chains must become smarter, more productive and more efficient. New IT technologies and integrated supply chain solutions can help you get there, by automating processes and providing new insights to support decision-making. This will also make it easier to manage rapid change and improve scalability.
The benefits are increased visibility for all stakeholders, and reduced cost and complexity.
What the survey shows, and what we can learn from it
ranked as leaders or advanced in digitization
Nearly a fourth of respondents risk being left behind, with supply chains in need of modernization
Digitization is a strategic or high priority for 84% of respondents
Supply chain executives are well aware of how important digital transformation has become for business success
of supply chains can plan and execute digitization projects in-house
Supply chains scoring as leaders are well ahead – almost 60% have these core skills in-house
Supply chains need to move quickly towards digitization. While technology is essential to digitization, it can also add complexity and fragmentation.
How does your supply chain measure up?
Take this rapid self-assessment: gain instant insights and start determining priorities.
Our self-assessment takes just a minute to complete. It will help you determine how your supply chain performs and how it compares against other organizations. It also recommends which areas to focus on first.
About the supply chain benchmarking report
In late 2021, Körber Supply Chain commissioned international strategy consultancy Roland Berger to survey supply chain professionals across North America and Europe. Its goal was to benchmark the progress that companies are making against the six complexity factors. Based on their survey responses, respondents were grouped into four maturity levels: